Sweet Breakfast Recipe Cinnamon Apple Strudel Pull-Apart Bread
Sweet bread recipes are a great thing to have on hand, especially if you need to grab something quickly when you're running out the door. This "Sweet Breakfast Recipe Cinnamon Apple Strudel Pull-Apart Bread," is a great option for breakfast on the run, or simply as a treat during the day. Fall is especially a great time to make something like this. You can enjoy a nice and comforting recipe, that has all of those beloved smells of autumn. The baked apple smell, the cinnamon, the nutmeg, the brown sugar sweetness, all coming together to create an amazing scent that no candle can truly replicate. Plus, apples are so abundant at this time of year. You can maybe even find them in your very own back yard! There are also projects that post member's apple or fruit trees on an online forum, and that you can volunteer to go and pick! Usually for free! Then maybe you could even make them something from the apples you pick like this Sweet Breakfast Recipe Cinnamon Apple Strudel Pull-Apart Bread!
This cinnamon apple strudel pull apart bread recipe will fill the house with a comforting aroma. The recipe is a little more complicated to make than an average pastry, as it includes making your own dough recipe, which can be a bit of work, but it is so absolutely worth it in the end. The extra preparation is definitely worth it, and you'll be happy you did when you are enjoying the results. A suggestion is to make two batches of the dough, if you're going to go through all the trouble of making one, why not make an extra. Then this way, you can freeze one and make the recipe in the future (you may have to make it soon after, as this bread recipe won't last long). Some of the ingredients you will need for this bread recipe include all purpose flour, milk, softened butter, eggs, active dry yeast and vanilla. For the filling you will want to have apples (peeled, cored and sliced), sugar, unsalted butter, and nutmeg. To start the dough recipe you will whisk together the water, sugar and yeast in a small bowl or glass and set aside for 5-10 minutes (if the mixture does not froth and bubble up, you need to discard and start again). For the full recipe details, you'll want to look at the site. As much as people say that making pastry from scratch is hard, it doesn't have to be. You just need some time and some patience.
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